This DPI issue sheds a new light on the relationship between fashion and technology through not only the production of materials but also the shaping of structure, the analysis of its implications and the interpretation of its end results as an interface serving as mediator between men and the urban environment in hypermodern societies.
Against recurrent and rhetorical assaults from the “creative” industries and governments that claim loud and clear that copyrights and intellectual property are the saving grace of culture, some creators diffuse their work and reuse, reinvent and revolt themself and play. They claim free culture as both movement and public discourse – a discourse that is multilingual.
Extension of the public domain, prism of freedom, translation of a universe or restoration of a natural state - can free culture interpret itself freely? What makes it culture? What freedom does it embody? What is it fighting for? What materials is it using and what relationships is it building on?